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Posted in: My very brief fight with a yakuza See in context

I was shocked by the story! Its really well written and In my head I literally almost saw a movie out of this lol! Great Job and I hope that the victim is doing well :)

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Posted in: Cooling off See in context

that looks refreshing! wish i could be doing the same! :)

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Posted in: Alleged rape incident at Atsugi may grate on nagging defense issues See in context

I have to agree with some of the comments: why would she walk him home if she already knew his conduct? I hope she can recover soon and the next time to be a little more judgmental.

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Posted in: Young Japanese women becoming less interested in sex, survey says See in context

I understand their issue, but the thing is that if you have too much sex is a problem, if you don't its also a problem, then what?

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Posted in: More women in their 40s dating younger men See in context

Everyone has the right to love, don't they? Good for the "cougars" to do their job, after all us men do the same thing when we get to that age (I'm not old but it is understandable, its an age thing).

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Posted in: South Korea's K-pop spreads to Latin America See in context

When I came back from Orlando,(Florida) to Puerto Rico about 6 months ago, I started to notice local channels displaying K-pop music videos and some songs in the radio also. Their dream of spreading their music is coming true, its very hard to enter the American Market, but entering the Latin Market its a bit harder. I wish J-Pop would do the same, at least I have knowledge about some artist especially from the old days (i think they were the best times): Seiko Matsuda, Akina Nakamori, Kudo Shizuka, Ryoko Shinohara, Moritaka Chisato and so on...****

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Posted in: Seiko Matsuda gets married for 3rd time See in context

I am happy for her! I was always wondering what she was doing with her love life after her last divorce on 2000. (Sorry Im not from Japan, just in case somebody was going to question me about this).

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Posted in: Japan to make illegal downloading of music, videos punishable with jail terms See in context

Wow, everybody start downloading everything you want before October! LOL..

This is what happens when we are seriously passing by the 21st century, the "Big Brother" is watching us.... This is scary and like many other comments before said: our freedom is slowly being taken away.

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Posted in: Beat Takeshi compares same-sex marriage with bestiality See in context

I don't care if he is a comedian, the comment was OFF. I just wont listen to those comments specially from older people (I respect everybody's opinion), because they are adjusted to the old ways: where you marry being a "virgin" and the man goes to work and women stay home and raise their children and take care of the house.

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Posted in: New Jersey town's monument to Korean sex slaves upsetting Japanese officials See in context

I love Japan so much for being a strong country in tough times, but the reality is that they were cruel to some other Asians (Chinese and Koreans). It all goes in the supremacy of the race..I mean really?

In my opinion,countries should be united no matter their differences so that way we can enjoy this world and our lives better.

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Posted in: 3-yr-old boy, left home alone, falls to death from 11th-floor balcony See in context

How could you leave your children unattended??

This is very painful to hear. I guess these were young parents (with no experience).

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Posted in: Tokyo Disney Resort eases rules on same-sex weddings See in context

I've read some very ridiculous comments here.

We know that Disney is a place where dreams do come true (with a price of course) and their target is family and their children. But Disney throughout the years has been more open to the fact of having gay employees and customers in their parks. From what I know (because i worked in Orlando), there are some days where the park is exclusively opened for gay couples (because that way they wont interfere with close minded heterosexual couples and children) and also if you are an employee they have a lot of support and clubs (the majority of people working in Disney, specially men are gay).

So, why the friggin hate? Can't people live their lives and forget about other peoples business? There is a lot of discrimination for gay people,but they dont realize that they are good hardworking people like most of us,they just want to love and live their life happy. People should be worried of heterosexual people in charge of crime (killing,raping,robbing ,etc)****

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Posted in: A stranger offers a simple kindness See in context

Very heart-touching story. If I were there I would start crying, because even though Im not Japanese, I admire them for the fact that they have always endured hardships and stand together (no matter if they know each other) as a strong/loving nation. =)

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Posted in: SMAP equals top 10 singles record for male artists See in context

I have to agree with 602miko....

They dont really sound good as singers, but acting is a different story. From what I learned from a japanese friend, is that sometimes the industry may not be looking for something that sounds good, what they want its the good looks and the spirit of being an artist. Which is pretty understandable in some cases....

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Posted in: Why do Japanese change their attitude when they communicate with foreigners? See in context

Well, Im going to talk from my experience.

I am from Puerto Rico (for those who don't know google it, we are part of the US and we speak spanish) and i've liked the japanese culture since i was 8 yrs old. Last year I was working at Disney in Orlando and I wanted to meet japanese people to share interests with. IT WAS REALLY HARD to meet japanese people, mainly because they like to socialize with each other,. I agree with the comments where many japanese dont communicate with foreigners because they are either affraid or just simply dont want to talk.. I dont know what it is with my lovely japs-- but THIS IS FROM WHAT I SAW:

"If you know to much about the japanese culture (artists,shows,etc) its cool but you are weird, if you dont know anything about them you are more weird and inferior"

Anyway, I made some good friends and I learned so much from them. But then again, i dont keep thinking much on the subject because the Japanese and their ''perfect society'' have their own views and like many other said, no country is perfect.

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